College of the Sequoias and ASU Announce MyPath2ASU® Transfer Pathways Collaboration
College of the Sequoias and Arizona State University have recently announced a Universal Articulation agreement. This partnership reaffirms the commitment of both institutions to supporting academic preparedness and growing an ecosystem of transfer student success. Through this collaboration, students can expect a seamless transition to the university and receive the support essential for student success.
The College of the Sequoias MyPath2ASU® transfer experience is available to both students and the staff that supports them. Students can benefit from end-to-end learner navigation through course-by-course guided pathways, assistance in selecting courses that apply to their associate and ASU bachelor’s degree, guaranteed general admission to ASU, and admission into MyPath2ASU major choice if all requirements are met. Students can also track their degree progress to minimize loss of credit and receive personalized ASU communications to prepare academically and build a connection to ASU.
About College of the Sequoias
College of the Sequoias is a two-year California community college offering educational and enrichment programs for the residents of its district in Tulare and Kings counties. The college was established in 1926 and moved to its current 62-acre main campus in Visalia in 1940.
In addition to the campus in Visalia, COS operates a full-service center in Hanford that is also home to the college's police and fire academies.
The Sequoias District opened The Tulare College Center in January 2013. It is a full-service college center and the home of COS' agriculture programs.
About the MyPath2ASU Partnership
The MyPath2ASU program offers over 400 guided pathways into ASU on-campus, online and local undergraduate degree programs, including Business Administration, BA. This degree prepares graduates for various roles in a modern economy by teaching leadership, finances, forecasting demand and more. The program’s emphasis on general management skills means graduates can start their career in a variety of industries. Graduates can consider roles in supply chain or operations management, regulatory affairs, transportation management or any other public sector role. This diverse curriculum equips graduates to pursue many relevant opportunities along their career path.
In conclusion, the Universal Articulation agreement between College of the Sequoias and ASU aims to support student success through academic alignment, term-to-term persistence and transfer outcome strategies. With over 350 ASU undergraduate degree programs to choose from, students can tailor their education to their needs and interests while receiving the support they need to succeed.